This is the Mauritius Post Code page. This page includes the following content: Code Method, Envelope Example and Address Format, the way of writing the postal code correctly, reference link for postcode inquiries.
Post codes in Mauritius consist of five digits (or a letter and four digits for an island). They were first introduced by Mauritius Post on a pilot basis, from January to March 2012, in Lallmatie, Bon Accueil and Brisée Verdière before being introduced in other localities across the island before the system went nationwide on 15 August 2014.
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Agalega Islands' Post code is a letter and four digits:
The first digit of the code indicates the District Code in this case Flacq District, the second and third digits indicate Village Council Area Code for the town of Lalmatie, while the fourth and fifth digits indicate the Sub-Locality Code.
Mr. and Mrs. John Ferguson 21, Old Trafford Road Mission Cross Lalmatie 42602 MAURITIUS
The first character
The first character of the code indicate the district when it is a number, or an island when it is a letter:
|First Postal Code Character||Region|
|3||Rivière du Rempart|
- Mauritius Postcode position Example (English, PDF file)
- AreaCodeBase: Mauritius Areacode Database